Sen. Kiko lauds the Supreme Court for live media coverage of Maguindanao Massacre

Senator Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan lauds the Supreme Court in making public the Maguindanao massacre court proceedings. Pangilinan filed Resolution 186 in the Senate in November 2010 calling for such action saying "it would be in the best interest of our judiciary to have transparency in the judicial process, especially in such an unprecedented case of brutality."

"We believe that having live coverage would help in the process of speedy dispensation of justice as the whole world will be watching," Pangilinan today says. "Such transparency will help uphold the reputation of our courts and will eliminate doubts in the minds of our countrymen. The trial has dragged on for more than a year and the victims and their families are hungry for justice. This is a step towards the right direction"